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Hi, I know there is expert people here. I want to study some big score to learn orchestration. I'm interested in romantic-postromantic and modern orchestration. Any suggestions? Perhaps Mahler is too much to start. I thought about Tchaikovsky's Pathethique Symphony.... I love it and I've listened to it many times... Holst, The Planets? Thanks.
Hey everybody! Just wondering if any of you know of any pieces featuring harp and celeste together? I know of several orchestral scores with this instrumentation but I'm really interested in finding some smaller chamber works if you know of any (I'll gladly take new-to-me orchestral scores as well though, so feel free to add them if you know of any). I'm trying to get a feel for the sound of those instruments together.
Guest posted a topic in External Competitions2012-13 New-Music Consortium International Call for Scores Facebook page: www.Facebook.com/USFNewMusicConsortium. Application Deadline: 2013-01-15 The New-Music Consortium, University of South Florida School of Music’s student-run contemporary music organization, is pleased to announce its first ever New-Music Consortium International Call for Scores. Two works will be selected, with one winner each in the categories of acoustic and electronic composition. Selected compositions will be presented at concerts during the NMC’s Spring New-Music Concert, taking place on April 6, 2013. Select
What are your preferred solutions for printing and binding very short scores -- those that would seem silly to spiral (or comb) bind? For example, a two-page score for a solo instrument: I'd usually just print (one-sided) on heavy stock. A two-page score for SATB: a tougher call and depends on context. 11x17 page folded could be ideal (title page on the front, music on the two interior pages, program notes / bio / etc. on the back). Or four individual pages stapled, for a more informal context or when you don't have access to 11x17 duplication. Where do you generally draw the line re. wha